Sarah Palin is allowed first dibs on Alaskan wolfpack kills.

calendar   Monday - November 20, 2006


John Trever - The Albuquerque Journal


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/20/2006 at 08:26 AM   
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Getting Drafty In Here

I’m sure I’ve confessed to all of you about my “prodigal son”, haven’t I? The 35-year-old dipshit, perpetual college student who has wandered over to the Liberal dark side while at school. Fortunately, I have two sons so if I have to take this one out, I’ll have a spare to keep the genes in the pool.

The doofus son and I got into quite an argument back in the summer of 2004 when he stopped by to visit on the way back to school.  He didn’t want to watch FOX News and I didn’t want to watch CNN so we retired to neutral corners and watched MSNBC (which was almost as bad as CNN). But that wasn’t where the real argument began. Nosiree.

We started talking about candidates and I got an earful of the usual Liberal bilge about Kerry. Now I know why some animals kill and eat their young. Darwin at work in its purest form, I say. He threw all kinds of rumors at me that the students at the University Of New Mexico were talking about - that Michael Moore was going to be arrested, the Bush wouldn’t step down if Kerry was elected and the one that literally cracked me up and had me rolling on the floor ... that Bush was going to reinstate the draft if he won so he could throw more young people in the “Iraq meat ginder”. His words, not mine.

I decided at that point to cut him out of the will and began to wonder exactly what kind of insanity jiuce they were putting in the water fountains at our nation’s colleges. Regardless, I have a message for Mister Pinhead Useless Son today. Are you ready for this, you total waste of sperm? Here goes ....

Amid Uproar Over War, Rangel Renews Call for Draft
(WASHGINTON POST) - Monday, November 20, 2006

imageimageThe incoming Democratic chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee said yesterday that he will push to renew the military draft, as lawmakers in both parties sharpened their criticisms of the situation in Iraq and struggled for consensus and solutions.

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), a likely presidential contender, leveled one of his harshest assessments yet, saying U.S. troops are “fighting and dying for a failed policy.” He renewed his call for more U.S. troops in Iraq and said it is immoral to keep them fighting at the current deployment levels.

And Sen. Carl M. Levin (D-Mich.), incoming chairman of the Armed Services Committee, repeated yesterday his view that troop withdrawals must begin within four to six months.

The varying proposals underscored the extent to which key policymakers remain at odds two weeks after voters registered deep discontent over the war and restored Democrats to power in Congress.

Rep. Charles B. Rangel (D-N.Y.) has long advocated returning to the draft, but his efforts drew little attention during the 12 years that House Democrats were in the minority. Starting in January, however, he will chair the tax-writing Ways and Means Committee. Yesterday he said “you bet your life” he will renew his drive for a draft.

“I will be introducing that bill as soon as we start the new session,” Rangel said on CBS’s “Face the Nation.” He portrayed the draft, suspended since 1973, as a means of spreading military obligations more equitably and prompting political leaders to think twice before starting wars.

“There’s no question in my mind that this president and this administration would never have invaded Iraq, especially on the flimsy evidence that was presented to the Congress, if indeed we had a draft and members of Congress and the administration thought that their kids from their communities would be placed in harm’s way,” said Rangel, a Korean War veteran. “If we’re going to challenge Iran and challenge North Korea and then, as some people have asked, to send more troops to Iraq, we can’t do that without a draft.” Rangel has drawn modest support for his draft proposal in recent years and it has been unclear whether its prospects might improve in the 110th Congress.

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/20/2006 at 08:04 AM   
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Caption Contest

Caption these two silly-looking world leaders.



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/20/2006 at 02:02 AM   
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calendar   Sunday - November 19, 2006

On This Day In History

In the three days in July that the battle of Gettysburg raged during the Civil War, there were nearly 60,000 casualties. Lincoln took time out in late November to dedicate the field in Pennsylvania where so many sacrificed their lives in defense of liberty and the union.

It is also fitting that we take time today to remember a battle that ended in another field in Pennsylvania not more than fifty miles from Gettysburg on the morning of September 11, 2001. The 40 passengers and crew of United Flight 93 proved once again that courage, sacrifice and the defense of freedom are timeless and part of what we are - Americans. Let’s roll!

November 19, 1863 - Gettysburg, Pennsylvania


Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.

Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. We are met on a great battle-field of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field, as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live. It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this.

But, in a larger sense, we can not dedicate—we can not consecrate—we can not hallow—this ground. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it, far above our poor power to add or detract. The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here. It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced.

It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us—that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion—that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain—that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom—and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/19/2006 at 06:36 PM   
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The Great Flood?

May 10, 2807 BC - Noah and his sons finally had all the animals aboard and Noah knew that the bright light in the Southern sky was the hand of God about to descend on the idol worshipers and sinful people of Earth. All he could do was wait and pray the ship held together. Suddenly, the ground shook beneath the huge ship and it rocked on the beams propping it up as if the planet was wrenching in agony at some mysterious intrusion.

Gradually, over the course of the next few hours, the trembling slowed down with occasional tremors moving the giant ship around more and more. Slowly the sky began to darken as day turned into night. The animals stirred restlessly and outside large crowds of those God intended to destroy gathered and began pounding on the sides of the ship.

Then the rains came and lightning flashed across the sky in mighty rumbling sheets of righteous energy from the hand of God. Noah and his family huddled together and prayed while from the South a huge wall of water several hundred feet high approached at blinding speed, washing all before it. The cleansing had begun ....

Is that how it happened? Could be. There are many explanations for the Great Flood myths that may be found in almost every area and religion of the world. It is not hard to believe that something drastic happened in recent history that stuck in the human mind for thousands of years. Scientists have now uncovered evidence of a possible explanation for it all. It all revolves around an 18-mile-wide impact crater in the South Indian Ocean under 12,500 feet of water ....

At the southern end of Madagascar lie four enormous wedge-shaped sediment deposits, called chevrons, that are composed of material from the ocean floor. Each covers twice the area of Manhattan with sediment as deep as the Chrysler Building is high.

On close inspection, the chevron deposits contain deep ocean microfossils that are fused with a medley of metals typically formed by cosmic impacts. And all of them point in the same direction — toward the middle of the Indian Ocean where a newly discovered crater, 18 miles in diameter, lies 12,500 feet below the surface.

The explanation is obvious to some scientists. A large asteroid or comet, the kind that could kill a quarter of the world’s population, smashed into the Indian Ocean 4,800 years ago, producing a tsunami at least 600 feet high, about 13 times as big as the one that inundated Indonesia nearly two years ago. The wave carried the huge deposits of sediment to land.

-- “Ancient Crash, Epic Wave” (NY TIMES)


Bruce Masse, an environmental archaeologist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico thinks he can say precisely when the comet fell: on the morning of May 10, 2807 B.C. Dr. Masse analyzed 175 flood myths from around the world, and tried to relate them to known and accurately dated natural events like solar eclipses and volcanic eruptions. Among other evidence, he said, 14 flood myths specifically mention a full solar eclipse, which could have been the one that occurred in May 2807 B.C.  Half the myths talk of a torrential downpour, Dr. Masse said. A third talk of a tsunami. Worldwide they describe hurricane force winds and darkness during the storm. All of these could come from a mega-tsunami.

This asteroid landed in the seabed (30.87 S / 61.36 E - See Map Below) and sent a 600-900 foot high wall of water - a megatsunami - around the Indian Ocean, impacting land as far away as Australia, and crashing onto the coast of Africa, up the Red Sea and Persian Gulf, and quite possibly into the Mediterranean Sea as well.

This asteroidal impact would have sent a huge surge of water into the mouth of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, flooding the ancient land of Sumeria, the source of the Biblical flood legend. Indeed, Sir Leonard Wooley, the archaeologist who discovered the city of Ur, found 30 feet of flood-deposited sand that separated the most ancient levels of the city from newer habitation levels on top of the flood debris.

Abbott’s findings of deep-sea meteor/asteroid strike craters (which she has developed the technology to discover) indicates that large-scale cosmic strikes hit the earth much more frequently than scientists have previously postulated - perhaps every 1 to 3 thousand years, instead of every hundred thousand or so.

Large asteroid strikes also produce weather alterations, and many more global phenomena. Interestingly, the period 2800BC is when the first dynasty of Egypt started.

-- “Origin Of The Flood Legends” (HISTORY CHANNEL)



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/19/2006 at 03:19 PM   
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Military Experts At The Times

The NY Times has an editorial today explaining what needs to be done to “fix” the US Military that Donald Rumsfeld “destroyed”. Thank goodness we have the military experts behind the desks at the Times to advise us on proper staffing and equipping our troops. What would we do without them? Of course you know by now that it’s time for The Skipper to go on a fisking rampage. Everyone stand clear ...

The Army We Need
EDITORIAL - (NY TIMES) - November 19, 2006

One welcome dividend of Donald Rumsfeld’s departure from the Pentagon is that the United States will now have a chance to rebuild the Army he spent most of his tenure running down.

That’s odd. When Rumsfeld took over the DoD in 2001, US troop strength was down to one-third of what it had been when Clinton took office, yet no mention of how Slick Willie slashed the military budget and drove a lot of veterans out with the push to bring homosexuals into the forces..

Mr. Rumsfeld didn’t like the lessons the Army drew from Vietnam — that politicians should not send American troops to fight a war of choice unless they went in with overwhelming force, a clearly defined purpose and strong domestic backing. He didn’t like the Clintonian notion of using the United States military to secure and rebuild broken states.

Ahh, the Clintonian notion of rebulding broken nation states. Do you mean like Bosnia (where we still have 3,000 troops stuck in that Clintonian quagmire?) or Somalia where Muslim warlords are even now rampaging across the countryside after Clinton pulled out at the first sign of blood?

And when circumstances in Afghanistan and Iraq called for just the things Mr. Rumsfeld didn’t like, he refused to adapt, letting the Army, and American interests, pay the price for his arrogance.

Oddly enough, I seem to recall Rumsfeld mentioning something about “going to war with the Army you have instead of the Army you wish you had”. It seems to me he was trying to make up for a decade of negligence while the Times, the rest of the media and the anti-war Left kept screaming “pull out” and barking about cutting defense spending so money could be spent on social programs that were being “neglected”.

Congress also needs to work harder at rebuilding the links between the battlefront and the home front that a healthy democracy needs. That does not require reinstating the draft — a bad idea for military as well as political reasons. It requires a Congress willing to resume its proper constitutional role in debating and deciding essential questions of war and peace. If Congress continues to shirk that role, expanding the ground forces would invite some future administration to commit American forces recklessly to dubious wars of choice.

Hehehe. I just knew they’d get that one in there sooner or later. Yeah, that’s just what we need - more oversight and contentious inquiries from 435 argumentative idiots who couldn’t keep a secret if their lives depended on it, in spite of the fact that the Constitution explicitly assigns the task of commanding US forces in war to the Executive branch. Congress is supposed to approve or disapprove war, provide funds and then ... shut the f**k up and let the President do his job. What part of that does the Times not understand?

A force totaling 575,000 would permit the creation of two new divisions for peacekeeping and stabilization missions, a doubling of special operations forces and the addition of 10,000 to the military police to train and supplement local police forces. The Marine Corps, currently 175,000, needs to be expanded to at least 180,000 and shifted from long-term occupation duties toward its real vocation as a tactical assault force ready for rapid deployment.

And just where does the Times propose to get all these new warm bodies from? The Democrats, the anti-war lobby and the MSM (including the Times itself) have brainwashed our young men into believing that going into the military is only for dummies. Colleges refuse to allow recruiters on campus, thanks to these naysayers mentioned above. Perhaps the Times has in mind building several divisions from all those illegal immigrants? Since they don’t speak English, maybe they can be tricked into taking the job that the pampered children of the Times’ editors now attending school at Harvard won’t do?

If the new Pentagon leaders and the new Congress are prepared to take on the military contracting lobbies, they could take as much as $60 billion now going to Air Force fighters, Navy destroyers and Army systems designed for the conventional battlefield and shift it to training and equipping more soldiers for unconventional warfare. America cannot afford to dribble away money on corporate subsidies disguised as military necessities.

Yes, let’s blame it all on the contractors and take money away from the branches of the military that are having no problems whatsoever. There isn’t an Air Force or Navy anywhere in the world that can stand up to ours, yet the Times thinks we should cut them off at the knees to pay for all those new Mexican recruits we really need?

Congress also needs to hold the executive branch accountable for the use of American troops abroad. Administration officials must be pressed to explain intelligence claims and offer plausible strategies.

Yep, we sure don’t want to let some future President let us get sucked into Bosnia, Somalia or Haiti again, do we? We need to hold the President accountable for sure. No longer can we allow the President to send thousands of troops into the middle of a quagmire in places like the Balkans and place them under jerkoff UN commanders with no more reason given than “I did not have sex with that woman.”

Rebuilding the Army and Marine Corps is an overdue necessity. But it is only the first step toward repairing the damage done to America’s military capacities and credibility over the past six years.

In conclusion, the esteemed editors at the N YTimes would like to hammer home the point that it’s all Bush and Rumsfeld’s fault. Clinton had nothing to do with chopping the force strength to one-third of what he inherited and the Leftists in the MSM and on college campuses obviously had nothing to do with forcing homosexuals into the military, along with forcing the military to include women in front-line units. No that might have damaged “capacities and credibility” and only Bush could have done that by actually winning a war on terror in spite of the continued efforts of the Left to lose it.

In fact, this whole editorial is a disingenuous piece of s**t and reeks of bias. Distortions of the truth, revising history and spreading of misinformation to the idiots on the Left who are gullible enough to believe all this tripe - all of this is way out of line. It’s too bad we can’t drag the editors of the Times in front of a court martial.

If printing the truth and keeping the American people honestly informed is their assigned task, then they are definitely guilty of dereliction of duty and deserve an Article 15 at the very least. Perhaps a six-month sentence to Gitmo might be in order. Court is adjourned. Sergeant-At-Arms, escort the guilty parties to the loading dock for transfer to Cuba.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/19/2006 at 01:42 PM   
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Sunday Funnies

Hold on to your forks! It’s time for the Annual Thanksgiving Cartoon Feast!







Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/19/2006 at 01:29 AM   
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Making A Difference

imageimageChief Master Sgt. John Gebhardt

This moving photograph shows Chief Master Sgt. John Gebhardt, superintendent of the 22nd Wing Medical Group at McConnell Air Force Base in Kansas, holding an injured Iraqi girl.

The picture was taken in October 2006, while Sgt. Gebhardt was deployed to Balad Air Base in Iraq. According to the Air Force Print News, the infant girl Sgt. Gebhardt held in his arms “received extensive gunshot injuries to her head when insurgents attacked her family killing both of her parents and many of her siblings.”

She was cared for by John’s hospital and healing up, but has been crying and moaning. The nurses said John is the only one she seems to calm down with, so John has spent the last four nights holding her while they both sleep in that chair.

The girl is coming along with her healing. Sgt. Gebhardt is now back home in Wichita, Kansas, with his wife and two children.

“I pray for the best for the Iraqi children,” he said. “I can’t tell the difference between their kids and our kids. The Iraqi parents have the same care and compassion for their children as any American.”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/19/2006 at 12:00 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - November 18, 2006

Photo Of The Year

The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse
(And One Rejected Retard)


(Thanks to reader BigByrd, we have a better resolution image of
Senator Pez-Head Kerry slithering away)


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/18/2006 at 01:01 PM   
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Most Outrageous Item Of The Week

The unions are protesting and striking because a company obeyed the law? Que pasa, gringo? Are we now going to have to endure corrupt unions in cahoots with illegal immigrants? And most importantly, if they shut the plant down where will we get our pork chops and bacon from? Does it really matter - because when the Muslims take over, all pork will be banned anyway and all these people will be out of work. Never mind ...

1,000 Employees Walk Out of North Carolina Plant
Over Firing of Workers With False Documentation

TAR HEEL, N.C. (FOX NEWS) — Friday, November 17, 2006

imageimageAbout 1,000 nonunion workers, mostly Hispanics upset with the recent firing of immigrants for allegedly providing false documents, walked off their jobs at a Smithfield Foods Inc. slaughtering plant, a union spokeswoman said.

About 300 workers were protesting Friday morning outside the plant, said Libby Manly, a representative of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union, which helped organize the protest and has been trying for years to form a union at the plant. The plant is considered the world’s largest hog slaughtering plant.

Smithfield Foods also has failed to address problems of sexual harassment and denial of workers compensation claims, said Gene Bruskin, a representative of the union who serves as the Smithfield campaign director.

“There’s a long train of abuses in that plant really going back more than a dozen years,” Bruskin said. “Recently the activity in the plant has been increasing.”

Smithfield spokesman Dennis Pittman said the company was only complying with a request from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to gather the names, Social Security numbers, dates of birth and gender of workers at the plant. About 600 workers were found to have unverifiable information. The company fired about 75 people for providing false information, he said.

“This walkout — which apparently was instigated by the United Food and Commercial Workers Union — is totally unjustified,” Pittman said. “If Smithfield were to do what the union is calling for, we would be breaking federal law by knowingly employing undocumented workers. The union should stop trying to pressure Smithfield to break the law.”

Workers on Friday distributed a statement from Latino and black leaders that calls for an end to “unjust firing of Smithfield workers and the timely rehire of all workers who have been unfairly terminated.” The statement also demanded no retaliation against protesting workers.

The plant, about 25 miles south of Fayetteville, employees 5,000 workers and slaughters up to 34,000 hogs a day. Smithfield, Va.-based Smithfield Foods is the world’s largest pork processor.


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What’s the worst thing that could happen to the #1 ranked team in the country, Ohio State, right before the big game with Michigan, who is ranked #2? You guessed it. Legendary former Michigan coach Bo Schembechler died shortly after giving a pep talk to the Michigan players. I’m afraid Michigan will be a team with a mission today and Ohio State is in for a long afternoon.

It saddens me to hear of Schembechler’s death. He was one of the last of the great generation of college football coaches that included Bear Bryant, Woody Hayes, Vince Dooley, John McKay, Johnny Majors, Bobby Bowden and Joe Paterno - only two of which are still coaching. Michigan fans will miss him. R.I.P.

imageimageBo Schembechler (1929-2006)

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP)—Bo Schembechler always put the team first, even during the final days of his life. At a Monday news conference to kick off Michigan-Ohio State week, the former Wolverines coach was asked if he would speak with the team before The Game. “I don’t anticipate that,” Schembechler said. “They can handle that themselves.”

Schembechler died at age 77 Friday when his failing heart stopped working, but not before he gave one last speech to the second-ranked Wolverines before they played No. 1 Ohio State. “Ironically, he and I were going to see each other yesterday, but he wanted to address the team,” Dr. Kim Eagle, Schembechler’s physician, said at Providence Hospital in the Detroit suburb of Southfield, where the famed coach was pronounced dead at 11:42 a.m.

The man with half-century-old roots to The Game died on the eve of perhaps the biggest matchup in the storied rivalry’s history, and his doctor said it might have been because of all the excitement. Schembechler, who became one of college football’s great coaches in two decades at Michigan, collapsed at the studios of WXYZ-TV in Southfield, where he taped a weekly show each fall.

Schembechler played for Woody Hayes at Miami of Ohio, began his coaching career as a graduate assistant for Hayes at Ohio State, and then, in his first season at Michigan in 1969, knocked off Hayes’ unbeaten Buckeyes, snapping their 22-game winning streak. “I’ll never forget when Woody said at the dinner we had for him after he retired,” Schembechler recalled Monday in front of a sea of reporters, photographers and videographers. “He looked down at me and said, ‘God damn you, you will never win a bigger game than that.’ And he was right. I don’t think I ever did.”

Schembechler was a seven-time Big Ten coach of the year, compiling a 194-48-5 record at Michigan from 1969-89. His record in 26 years of coaching was 234-65-8. He never had a losing season. “I’m not sure he has gotten his due as far as being one of the truly great football coaches of all time,” Penn State coach Joe Paterno said. “I’m going to miss him.” Schembechler was 11-9-1 against the Buckeyes. From 1969-78 he opposed Hayes in what’s known as “The 10-Year War,” and Michigan was 5-4-1 during that stretch.

Schembechler was inducted into the Miami University Hall of Fame in 1972, the State of Michigan Sports Hall of Fame in 1989, the University of Michigan Hall of Honor in 1992, the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame in 1993 and the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1993.


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Green French Buggy

From Fwance, the country that thinks eating snails is cool, we present the greenest (and ugliest) car ever made. This is the Venturi Eclectic and if Al Gore ever decides to trade in his gas-guzzling SUV, Les Fwench have the car for him. With the optional wind turbine on top, this car will run on hot air forever and Gore has plenty of hot air to spare, n’est ce pas?


imageimageVenturi marks a new era in technological history by launching the production of Eclectic, an urban 3-seater electro-solar vehicle. Available with last-generation NiMH (NIV-7) batteries (liquid cooled), Eclectic offers a range up to 50 km at a speed of 50 km/hr (electronically restricted), which suffices largely to cover daily movements in urban areas.

The share of solar recharging is approximately 7 km per day of exposure. When using electricity, a full recharge requires 5 hrs using a standard connection (16 A).

Finally, as an option, Eclectic can be recharged with one or more wind turbines, fixed either on the roof of the vehicle when it is stationary, or to the ground with a specific mast. In this case, the share of recharging is approximately 15 km per day in windy areas.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/18/2006 at 03:33 AM   
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Saturday Silliness


Caption this cool pooch!



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 11/18/2006 at 03:29 AM   
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Weekend Eye Candy

Ahem! It has been brought to my attention that some of the guys in this crew have been letting themselves go to pot and are badly out of shape. This will not do, of course. To remedy this situation, I have brought in Bulgarian exercise instructor Karsai Zita. Here is a little bit about her and the exercise regimen she recommends ....

Karsai Zita, a TV2 Megatánc című (show)müsorából ismert fiatal táncoslány néhány meztelen képe került elő. Szerencsére Zita már az eddig megismert tánctudásával is elnyerte a nagyközönség tetszését, így csak remélni tudom, hogy a képek hatására nem éri majd negatív kritika. Egyébként is, (szinte) mindenkinek van a múltjában valami takargatnivaló titok.

Warning: (NSFW)


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Not that very many people ever read this far down, but this blog was the creation of Allan Kelly and his friend Vilmar. Vilmar moved on to his own blog some time ago, and Allan ran this place alone until his sudden and unexpected death partway through 2006. We all miss him. A lot. Even though he is gone this site will always still be more than a little bit his. We who are left to carry on the BMEWS tradition owe him a great debt of gratitude, and we hope to be able to pay that back by following his last advice to us all:
  1. Keep a firm grasp of Right and Wrong
  2. Stay involved with government on every level and don't let those bastards get away with a thing
  3. Use every legal means to defend yourself in the event of real internal trouble, and, most importantly:
  4. Keep talking to each other, whether here or elsewhere
It's been a long strange trip without you Skipper, but thanks for pointing us in the right direction and giving us a swift kick in the behind to get us going. Keep lookin' down on us, will ya? Thanks.


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